Doctors have given Putin a maximum of three years to live. and he's 'losing his vision'
Russian president Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putni's Health
Doctors have reportedly given Russian President Vladimir Putin a maximum of 3 years to live. Number of stories have suggested that the 69-year-old president's health worsening.
Vladimir Putni's developing
Putin now has only two to three years to live, according to a Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officer, due to a "severe form of quickly developing cancer."
Vladimir Putni's health detiorating
Putin is losing his sight and suffering from headaches, according to messages allegedly read by FSB defector Boris Karpichkov from an anonymous Russian agent.
Vladimir Putni's health
'We're told he has headaches, and when he goes on TV, he requires sheets of paper with everything written in enormous letters to read what he's going to say,'
Vladimir Putni's Vision is going down
the Russian officer told The Sunday Mirror. They're so large that each page can barely accommodate a few sentences. His vision is rapidly deteriorating
Vladimir Putni's not able to stand
Putin's limbs are 'now also shaking violently,' according to the spy.
Vladimir Putni's mightg hand over power
Putin may be forced to hand up control of Russia when he disappears for cancer surgery, according to a source close to the situation.
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